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(BBC)   Despite ban, some Americans still make and eat haggis. That's offal   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 11
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2013-01-24 08:18:50 PM  
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Just pisses me off every time I think of it....If I want to eat lungs, the tyrants in DC should have no right to tell me I can't.
Only once in the last 10 years or so have I found a local farmer brave enough to sell me some, and they do make a difference in haggis.

So...if anyone in the FDA is listening....SHOVE IT UP YOUR ARSE!
2013-01-24 08:34:13 PM  
2 votes:
I had some in Edinburgh drunk off my arse but I didn't know it has lung in it? That's nasty
2013-01-24 08:32:27 PM  
2 votes:
Most of Scottish cooking was invented on a dare.
2013-01-25 01:56:42 AM  
1 votes:
There's nothing wrong with haggis. It tastes great, if prepared properly. It's not some awful stew of nasty ingredients. Of course, Americans would think that, though.
2013-01-24 09:15:57 PM  
1 votes:
Don't act all grossed out by something you have limited experience with! As pointed out, it is illegal to sell much of the organ meat in the U.S.: Not illegal to consume it.

My father raised my sister and I on the offal. It was a boon to our family! It's expensive to run a farm but my father had a small head of cattle he raised and butchered. He sold the street-legal meat at local farmer's markets and used the profit to subsidize the farm itself. The illegal meat became the protein and fat of our daily diets. We didn't know any different and the nutritional value of these organs paired with the vegetables we grew, provided us with all that we needed. It is rude to publicly eschew what other people call dinner.
2013-01-24 09:09:15 PM  
1 votes:
I thought Scots ate peat.
2013-01-24 08:59:15 PM  
1 votes:

tlchwi02: FTA: "A 2003 survey suggested that a third of US visitors to Scotland believed the haggis was an animal. Nearly a quarter thought they could catch one."

my countrymen are so dumb


You can catch one if it is thrown at you properly...
2013-01-24 08:53:06 PM  
1 votes:
Robbie Burns night tomorrow. Tatties and neeps biatches!
2013-01-24 08:51:16 PM  
1 votes:

BillArr: Just pisses me off every time I think of it....If I want to eat lungs, the tyrants in DC should have no right to tell me I can't.
Only once in the last 10 years or so have I found a local farmer brave enough to sell me some, and they do make a difference in haggis.

So...if anyone in the FDA is listening....SHOVE IT UP YOUR ARSE!


A real bootstrappy American would slaughter that sheep himself.
2013-01-24 08:40:35 PM  
1 votes:
FTA: "A 2003 survey suggested that a third of US visitors to Scotland believed the haggis was an animal. Nearly a quarter thought they could catch one."

my countrymen are so dumb
2013-01-24 08:17:41 PM  
1 votes:
is there no love for souse?
 
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